Asar Imhotep

Asar Imhotep is a software developer, Cultural Theorist and Africana researcher from Houston, TX whose research focus is the cultural, linguistic and philosophical links between the Ancient Egyptian civilizations and modern Bantu cultures of central and South Africa. He has a B.A. in Computer Information Systems (CIS) from the University of Houston, with a double minor in African-American and African studies. He is currently continuing his education in Computer Science with a concentration in Artificial Intelligence.

Asar is the founder of the Madu-Ndela Institute for the Advancement of Science and Culture. He is the author of such works as Where is the Love? How language can reorient us back to love’s purpose (2015), and Nsw.t Bjt.j [NOTE: pronounced NesuBiti] (King)in Ancient Egyptian: A lesson in paronymy and leadership (2016). He has contributed chapters to academic works including The Encyclopedia of African Religion (2008) edited by Molefi Asante and AmaMazama; and Unite et Pluralite de la Verite: Melangesenl’Honneur du Prof. Dr. Alphonse NginduMushete,Vol. I (2014) edited by R. MalabaMpoyi and KalambaNsapo. Asar Imhotep is a frequent contributor and presenter at the Cheikh Anta Diop International Conferences, and was also presented the DISA Award for “Intellectual Initiative and Academic Action” in 2015.

Asar is a noted speaker and philosopher and is currently organizing efforts in a nation-wide venture titled The African-American Cultural Development Project—a national project aimed at creating a framework for an African-American culture which will help vitally stimulate the economic, political, scientific and cultural spheres of African-American life in the United States. He also aco-founder of Black Science Month (October), that highlights and encourages African achievement and advancement in the S.T.E.M. fields.

Asar is a noted speaker and philosopher and is currently organizing efforts in a nation-wide venture titled The African-American Cultural Development Project—a national project aimed at creating a framework for an African-American culture which will help vitally stimulate the economic, political, scientific and cultural spheres of African-American life in the United States.

Asar has presented and submitted papers to such conferences as: 

•    National Council for Black Studies
•    National Association of Black Psychologists
•    NBUF National Conference
•    National Association of African American Studies
•    Free Minds, Free People National Conference
•    African-American Student Leadership Conference – Texas A&M
•    Women, Children, War and Violence Symposium – Texas Southern University
•    MAAFA featured speaker – New Orleans
•    African American Studies Research Symposium – University of Houston
•    ASCAC

Courses by this teacher

Name Level Release Date
Learning Kuswika Madu-a-Ndele (sS-mdw-nTr) 13-05-2015
Research Methods in Africology 10-02-2018